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2019 List of Countries Americans can Study on Free Tuition






    It is a well known fact that the cost of studying in the United States is really high-Infact,US college costs have gone up by over 500% over the decade. However, the opposite is the case with other nations-Germany and other countries have done the very opposite by offering courses and programs at free tuition.Most of these countries offer programs in the english medium for both locals and international students coming to study.As a result, a few others could charge a reasonable fee of about $300-$500 per annum if you decide to study in english. Still, this is a very cheap alternative to the super expensive american university degrees.


    German universities are renowned for offering very competitive and world class degree and postgraduate programs at free tuition.That’s because these programs are fully funded by the German Government. As a result, an American can graduate conveniently with a german degree or postgraduate degree without learning to speak a single German word because majority of the programs are taught in english.Programs offered in German universities range from challenging engineering courses to humanities.Thus, there are several industries and companies in Germany that are recruiting university graduates on a daily basis. So an American who graduates from a German university and makes the decision to stay in Germany would easily get a job. For more infor on how much to budget for your cost of living in Germany, click here.


    Just like Germany, universities in Finland  used to operate free tuition for both Americans and other international students.However, that changed in 2017. Only EU students are able to study on free tuition. There are lot of programs that are taught in english.However, Americans admitted into Finnish universities would be expected to cover the cost of housing, board, and other personal expenses. To find info on the cost of living in Finland, click here


    Sweden is a really wealthy scandinavian country with very beautiful landscapes.There are several low tuition undergraduate and postgraduate courses available in Sweden.There are also well over 950 programs available in Sweden and all taught in english.However note that only phd courses are free tuition for Americans


    There are roughly 80  undergraduate courses taught in English in French universities but most of these courses are offered offered in relatively expensive private colleges.While a good number of postgraduate courses are tailored for english speaking students.Public universities would charge roughly $200 for most programs.However, a few colleges have adopted system that awards tuition fees to students based on their family’s income.Please note this tuition model is only valid for students from the european union. Even the maximum tuition fee of $15,000 is still a far cry from the tuition fees of most american colleges. For info on how to study in france plus cost of living, click here


    It is a known fact that norwegian universities do not charge tuition fees from both american and international students.The university educational system is very similar to the one in the United States.Academic programs are taught in english.However,the cost of living in Norway is really high-you shouldn’t expect to save money if you want study in Norway.Most places are more expensive than the other-so please do your research very well before jumping onto a study destination.For more info on how to study in Norway plus cost of living, click here


    About 95 courses are available in english in Brazil! State owned universities charge very insignificant fees.Two brazilian universities rank in the world’s top 400 universities. Please note that Brazil might rather be suitable for cultural immersion and not study.


    Roughly 150 courses in english  are available in Slovenian universities and international students only pay a small fee when they enrol.For info on how to study free in Slovenia, click here


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